Man City have now held talks with Chelsea over ‘world-class’ £250k-a-week player


Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Reece James from Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea.

Branded as ‘world-class’ by the Evening Standard, the Englishman is considered by many as the best right-back in the world.

The England international has been a key player for the Blues in recent years and was even made club captain this season, so it seems unlikely he’ll be allowed to leave any time soon.

Still, it seems Man City remain keen on James even though they’ve tied Kyle Walker down to a new contract.

According to Football Transfers, Manchester City are in talks with Premier League rivals Chelsea over a potential move for Reece James.

The report has claimed that Chelsea do not want to sell James to City, who won the Premier League, the UEFA Champions League and the FA Cup last season.

However, the Blues could sell the right-back if they get a huge offer because of the injury problems that the £250,000-a-week (Spotrac) player has endured so far in his career.

Although Football Transfers state that the 23-year-old is not currently for sale, it’s suggested that there is the sense that this stance could shift.

MCFC also raided Chelsea for Mateo Kovacic this summer, while the west Londoners also sold other big names to rivals, such as Mason Mount to Manchester United, and Kai Havertz to Arsenal.

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